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Ultra high efficiency Inverter+ Ductless mini split heat pump system
Cooling capacity: 18,000 BTU/H with 17.7 SEER efficiency
Heating capacity: 18,000 BTU/H with 9.8 hspf efficiency
Voltage: 208~230 vac, 60 hertz, 1 Phase (standard household 2 line power, l1-l2-g)
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Size:18000 BTU – 208/230 V
For full technical specks and other Information, Please refer to the highseer web site. Pioneer newest ways series wall mount mini split ductless Inverter air conditioning and heat pump system. Full system set, containing indoor section, outdoor section, remote controller and standard installation accessories. With a pioneer ductless mini split type air conditioning system, it is possible to heat or cool any contiguous area, quietly, effectively and efficiently. Pioneer brand ways series ductless split heat pump systems come in a range of capacities; from 9000 BTU/hour to 36000 BTU/hour. Ways is an Inverter system with variable Speed compressor, providing very high efficiency levels. Included wireless remote digital controller allows the users easily select among the 4 operating modes; cooling, heating, dehumidification and ventilation. Additionally, an automatic switchover mode is available for totally automatic operation through it’s on board computer. A timer function allows the user to set the system to start or stop running at a certain time. Night mode function automatically adopts the temperature settings to the naturally changing body temperature levels during the night. Auto restart function memorizes all settings in case of a temporary power failure and restarts the system to continue running the same way after the power is reconnected. Cloud programmable Wi-Fi remote access function is also available. Smart buyers choose pioneer brand Inverter split systems for their top quality, reliability and performance, available at extremely affordable prices.
Size:18000 BTU – 208/230 V
|Product Dimensions||38 x 8.5 x 12.5 inches|
|Item Weight||26 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||30 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Manufacturer||Parker Davis HVAC International, Inc.|
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|Item model number||WYS018GMFI17RL|
382 customer reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
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#161,338 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
August 7, 2016
One word of advice, have it professionally installed because you will need an HVAC tech to bleed the lines anyway so just let them do it all. It cost me $650 for the full installation and that was the best money I’ve ever spent. Also, buy a trim kit for the outside hoses and have it BEFORE you install it because if not you won’t know where to hang the brackets between the trim pieces. I’m still figuring this issue out but I wish I would have ordered the trim kit at the same time as the system because the installer could have attached the hose trim pieces during installation. Just for what it’s worth.
April 23, 2017
If you are thinking about doing it yourself its possible but it wasn’t as easy as some reviewers say. Perhaps the next time I do it I will say differently. What took me the most time is the electrical since I had to go across the house and put a sub-panel in. I have done that before but fishing wires and mounting and cutting conduit just takes time so remember that.
I was completely paranoid about the vacuum part but honestly that was the easiest part. The hardest part of the process is bending the lines and cutting them to length to make a nice looking install. Sure I would have just hung the coils out of the wall and called it day but to make it nice you really need to do some bending and cutting, at least in my situation. I had my brother-in-law come for the bending/cutting/vac part (he is a tech) so he could teach me and I am so happy he did. It gave me peace of mind. I could have done it without him but if you have someone who can guide you on your first time then call them.
The product seems awesome, it came with literally everything needed and the instructions are very good. What you will need is a pipe cutter, flaring tool, torque wrench (if you want to go by the book) and crows fittings for your lineset size, crescent wrenches, nylog (though it does come with lineset sealant I wanted the good stuff), some sort of mounting pad, cement blocks (to raise it off the mounting pad),pipe bender for sharp bends (we did ours slowly all by hand because I bought the wrong size), vacuum pump (go 5cfm or higher for longer length), manifold gauges, micrometer (for the sticklers I am told), nitrogen to pressure test and the regulator for it (I was going to skip this part but my brother-in-law brought it with him so we did it), all the electrical equipment like volt meter, conduit, breakers, wires, etc. Its a long list as you can see so this should serve as a warning to the complexity of the project.
Last thing, you need to raise it off the pad, as it comes its too low and the outside drain section hits the ground (used in heat mode), hence the cement bricks. If I were to do it again I would probably just get a snow stand. I am glad I did it but take your time, it’s certainly not an easy project but it’s a doable one if you are motivated. With the tools I saved around 8K over what installers around here wanted for these two rooms (family room and basement exercise studio)